Providing Opportunities to Improve the Health of Our Community
To sustain a center that is self-supporting with memberships that are affordable. Our employees and volunteers are the source of our strength and the service we provide is the result of our combined efforts
Our goal is to nurture a healthy lifestyle through exercise and education; promote positive social interaction of all ages; supplement the services offered by the hospital and the medical community; and support wellness and effective stress management
The Wray Rehabilitation & Activities Center, better known as the “WRAC,” is the result of a group of local individuals who had a vision to create a health, educational, wellness and activities center that would benefit the entire community. This founding team met weekly, as early as, 6:30 a.m. for up to six years researching, designing and building the WRAC. Regionally, there was a need for a one-stop shop. There is no other facility like ours between Greeley and North Platte (Nebraska).
On April 2, 1992, this 2.4 million dollar facility, built with money raised through fundraisers, private donations, and grants opened its doors for the first time and greeted the first guest. Since then, the WRAC has earned local, state, and national recognition such as "All-America City," the Joel A. H. Webb Award for Excellence in Health Care given by Colorado's El Pomar Foundation and selection by the National Governors Association for case studies of innovative programs in a rural area. Additionally, in 2013 our PHIT program (Physical Health Initial Tasks) won the regional Community Partnership Award from the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences.
The WRAC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit.
The WRAC is located on the site of the old Wray Elementary school.
The walking/running track allows guests to stroll or jog in comfort.
A full array of fitness equipment including treadmills, stationary and spin bikes, elliptical machines, stair climbers, and NuStep machines are available for guests. In addition, guests will have access to a rowing machine, a recumbent bike, a helix trainer, and a tread climber.
The Nautilus Room is a multipurpose room equipped with fourteen of the latest Nautilus machines and a variety of cardiovascular equipment. Guests can also practice their skills with the two basketball backboards at each end of the room. Many of the adult fitness classes meet in the Nautilus Room.
The Free Weight Room is equipped with a wide range of strength training stations along with a selection of free weights. A variety of other fitness equipment including kettle bells can be found in this room.
The Basketball Half Court is available for group basketball games.
This room accommodates both racquetball and wallyball.
Guests have access to separate men's and women's locker rooms with showers. Secure lockers are available to rent for a small fee.
The spa area, accessed through the locker rooms, is co-ed requiring proper swimwear. Guests can enjoy the hot tub, steam room and sauna.
Dawn Evans, LMT, NCTMB offers massage therapy services on Tuesdays and every other Thursday.
Appointments can be made by calling 970-332-4451.
The Butterfly Room is open to children up to 8 years of age. This is a great place for young children to play while their parents are working out. Age limits and fees apply.